Teacher forces her students to trim her pubic hair

Scene of the incident 
By: John Roberts 

Students were horrified after they learned they will have to trim the pubic hair of their teachers.

Trim the pubic hair of the instructor and examine her or get expelled and lose about $10,000.00, that is the curriculum of one beauty school, according to former students and employees.

A professor at the beauty school allegedly forced students to trim her pubic hair with trimmers that were subsequently used on customers.

She also exposed her buttocks and asked students to examine her boil to see if it could be removed.
Seventeen women have filed a lawsuit against the owners of the school, Douglas and Barbara Daughenbaugh, on Tuesday.

The women accuse Dahl's College of Beauty in Great Falls, Montana, of failing to address allegations of sexual harassment and unfairly taking their money. They seek punitive damages for unjust enrichment, unfair trade, unfair dismissal, breach of contract and sexual harassment.

"Defendants have established Dahl's as a deception," the lawsuit said. "The school accepted tuition, fees and federal student financial aid for students, without providing an education, resulting in significant benefits and ill-gotten gains from the defendants,” the lawsuit also states.

The lawsuit also condemned the instructor for explicit sexual remarks, belittling students and the use of vulgar language.

Aside from the obscene and outrageous demands, instructors allegedly neglected teaching duties. They used their time to sleep, surf the Web and conduct personal business. They also appointed students to do their duties instead of them, while those students had no license to teach.

Perhaps the strangest part of the complaint involves alleged indecent exposure by the instructors.

"Among the offensive and unwelcome conduct included instructors publicly exposing their genitals, exposing their buttocks and asking that the students examine boils to see if they could be removed. They also required students to wax pubic hair using trimmers that were then used in haircuts of customers,” the lawsuit alleges.